Three differnt style mesh braclets. All are made out of stainless steel and all have a part in Norse mythology.
The most famous eagle in Norse mythology was Veðrfölnir. ... He was a hawk standing between the eyes of the eagle. Vedrfolnir lived on the top branch of Yggdrasil Tree of Life flying above and observing everything above with a great sense of pride.
The bear god Artaois is linked to the warrior-king, Arthur. With his legendary strength and fighting prowess, Arthur's name and emblem both represent this animal. ... These were the Berserkers, their name being derived from a Norse word meaning 'bear shirt'.
Wolves were seen as both being negative and positive to the Norse people. On one hand, they can represent chaos and destruction (e.g. Fenrir, Skoll, and Hati), while on the other hand, they can also represent bravery, loyalty, protection, and wisdom.